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Watch: What can Facebook do About Live Murders and Suicides?

On Easter Sunday, Steve Stephens recorded himself murdering an innocent victim and then uploaded the footage to Facebook. 

The horrific act has put Facebook under immense pressure to do something, but can the company prevent broadcasting acts of violence without fundamentally changing the purpose of the social media platform? In this short video, reporters at WIRED explore Facebook’s limited options.

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Tags: video recognition technology, social media, murder, video

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